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UNA

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UNA at One Rochester exemplifies the robust and full flavours of Spain and Europe at the iconic Rochester enclave. Chef Jean-Philippe Patruno has designed an extensive menu of his signature Tapas and Parilla (Grills) with the freshest ingredients and authentic flavours.

Mon - Sat: 18:00 - 23:00

Sun: 11:00 - 16:00

Tio Pepe Sherry Bar: Mon to Sat 18:00 – 01:00

+65 67730070
+65 67730060
$102 based on 9 submissions
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (4 votes), After Work (3 votes), Business Dining (3 votes)
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UNA is a carnivore's dream

The Pluma Ibérica was a standout, and would satisfy any meat cravings with its dense woody yet juicy flavours intensified over the fire. There were some great and unique desserts too, such as the Pedro Ximénez Panna Cotta.

To find out which were the strongest dishes as well as look at some tasty pictures (not recommended for after 10pm at night), check out my post on UNA One Rochester Park Singapore

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  • Churros and Chocolat2 votes
  • Grilled Octopus Tapas2 votes
  • Pulma Iberico2 votes
  • Pedro Ximénez Panna Cotta1 vote
  • Pluma Ibérica1 vote
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• 22 May 2015 • 11 reviews • 0 follower

UNA is a carnivore's dream

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The Pluma Ibérica was a standout, and would satisfy any meat cravings with its dense woody yet juicy flavours intensified over the fire. There were some great and unique desserts too, such as the Pedro Ximénez Panna Cotta.

To find out which were the strongest dishes as well as look at some tasty pictures (not recommended for after 10pm at night), check out my post on UNA One Rochester Park Singapore
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• 19 May 2015 • 215 reviews • 1 follower

Nice alfresco Spanish dining

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For full review and pics, do visit therantingpanda.com
 
 
 I would recommend starting off with some tapas as there are some worth trying ones on the menu. For hot tapas, the Grilled Octopus ($25) is one of the many specialties at UNA, where the grilled octopus comes with a bed of mashed potatoes. The freshness and soft texture of the octopus were amazing, and special mention goes to the equally good mashed potatoes.
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• 11 May 2015 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

A world of meh

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Went for the mother's day brunch. Brutally hot in the central section, it needs better shading work if the restaurant seriously expects to seat people there. More fans required even in the shaded parts. Eggs benedict cooked hours ago and left in a warming tray are not nice to eat - the base gets dried out and the egg becomes hard-boiled. Same for the other egg selection. The cheese selection quickly ended up a total mess as people used one knife for various cheeses. None of the star dishes from the menu appeared at the brunch. Overall the food selection was extremely average for one hundred dollars a head.
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The management of UNA responded to this review:
25 May 2015
Your feedback is valuable to us as we are finalising our Summer Sundays concept that will start from Mid June onwards. We want to make sure that our guests are in the best environment to enjoy our brunches and to literally chill out in our gardens which will be cooled down so that guests can enjoy the summer and chill under the canopies of the trees.

As a gesture of our appreciation, we would like to invite you & your guest to return to our Summer Brunch in mid-June to Sept, and hopefully, see the differences that your comments had help to make. Please allow us to make a reservation by sending us an email to marketing@onerochester.com.

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